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You can now dine in cozy “outdoor villages” at over 30 of NYC’s best restaurants
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As the weather warms up and our many winter snow storms fade into the past (we hope), you’re probably looking to plan a lot more nights of outdoor dining in your future. If so, there are a slew of new options that you’ll definitely want to check out.

A new outdoor dining program called The Outdoor Villages is bringing cool and innovative outdoor dining set-ups to over 30 amazing NYC restaurants. Here’s one example that was just installed at Nom Wah Tea Parlor yesterday:


The full list of restaurants where you can find the outdoor villages can be found below (including Balthazar which we covered earlier this week.) The program is meant to give AmEx and Resy users access to reserving spots at in-demand spots around town while also giving some local restaurants a little extra help to make it to the end of the winter.

You can find out more information about making reservations at the outdoor spots featured in the program on Resy’s site. If you have a Platinum card from American Express you’ll also get exclusive primetime table access!

Here’s the full list of participating restaurants:

The Outdoor Villages, Presented by American Express and Resy, Restaurant Lineup:

Adda

Altro Paradiso

Anton’s

ATLA

Atoboy

Balthazar (reservations going live later in March)

 Charlie Bird

  Cote

  Da Toscano

  Dante

  Diner

  Don Angie

  The Dutch*

  Franks Wine Bar

  Jing Fong*

  JoJo

  King

  Llama Inn

  Loring Place

  Lure Fishbar*

  Nom Wah Tea Parlor

  Olmsted

  Porchlight (reservations going live later in March)

  Raoul’s (reservations going live later in March)

  Red Hook Tavern

  Shuka

  The Smile

  Sona (reservations going live later in March)

  Sylvia’s (reservations going live later in March)

  Via Carota

  Vinateria

Star indicates not all of the restaurant's reservations are available via Resy

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